Services have taken place across the South of Scotland and Cumbria to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
In Carlisle, thousands of people attended a service in the city centre. Wreaths were laid at the city's war memorial and the crowd fell quiet for a two minute silence at 11am.
In Dumfries, around 200 people gathered at the Maxwelltown war memorial to pay their respects. A parade also took place in the town centre. Dozens of community events were taking place across the Scottish Borders and Dumfries and Galloway.
Meanwhile, in London, 89 year old Margaret Proudlock, from Dumfries, lay a wreath on the Cenotaph on behalf of all munitions workers in World War Two. It's the first time they've been recognised in the official Armistice Day Parade. Mrs Proudlock was joined by fellow munitions worker, Margaret Shields, 89, who'd also travelled from Dumfries to take part.